Analog Way Webinar – LiveCore™ Introduction

This webinar is hosted by the Analog Way Academy and its purpose is to introduce attendees to the products within the LiveCore platform and provide a basic overview of configuring and operating a LiveCore device. Students who join the webinar can expect to know the following by the end of the session:

• The different products within the LiveCore family and their major distinctions
• The input and output plugs available on LiveCore products
• How to connect to a LiveCore device using the WebRCS GUI
• How to configure the inputs, outputs, screens, and multiviewer
• How to upload still images
• How to size and position inputs and still images within a screen, and how to route them to the outputs
• How to assign sources to the multiviewer output
• How to save and recall screen presets, master presets, and monitoring (multiviewer) presets

Attendees must register below and will receive a confirmation email once their registration has been processed by the Analog Way Academy team.
For more information please email the Analog Way Academy team.

Adamson Webinar: Ep 17 Worship Week with Jason Reynolds

Jeremiah and Jason look at the challenges and rewards of sound design in house of worship venues, and how the worship community has been a valuable source of mentorship and skills development for generations of live audio professionals. Plus, we look ahead to the FILO conference, where Adamson is hosting the audio training track. 

Bluesound Professional Tips & Tricks w/Q&A

Topics:

How to set static IP
How to set up passwords
How to set up CP100 wall controllers
How to program USB messaging and back up content
How to program Spotify playlists into BluOS presets
Different ways of system design – centralized vs decentralized
Question and answer session

K-array Webinar: Clubs & Lounges Series

Webinar

Join us for an in-depth look at K-array's collection of audio solutions that are optimal for the entertainment and nightlife sector.

K-array offers a complete and homogeneous solution for all areas of a venue dedicated to entertainment: clubs, lounges, restaurants and bars. This webinar will demonstrate how K-array's unique audio solutions and cutting-edge technologies provide better coverage with fewer speakers, more versatility for multipurpose venues, extreme discreetness for complete integration and more pleasing and natural sound.

Digital Projection Webinar: Essential Factors for Making a Great Image (eligible for 1 RU)

Presented by Troy Cobb, CTS. This session will cover seven essential factors for projector setup to ensure clients have the best viewing experience possible. Included is an analysis of the Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect, standard color gamut and color depth, discussion, and demonstration of the effects of 4K resolution concerning installation standards to include the impact from lens shift, throw distance, and viewing distance.

Midas Webinar: Pro Series Part 1: Managing Show Files for Festival and Tours

Webinar

Join Midas for their latest educational webinar where together we will explore the possibilities of Midas Pro Series show files in festival and tour situations.

Hosted and presented by three of their most accomplished specialist staff: Daniel Paine, Niger Turner, and Pieter Helsen. In this course they will be covering the following: 

•How to correctly move a show file from a Pro 1,2,3,6,9 & X
•How to swap stage boxes whilst still maintaining settings
•How to use presets to your advantage
•How to correctly save show files and presets for different systems
•Tips for System Techs

Symetrix Webinar: Recording Modules in Symetrix Composer 7.3

Recording Modules allow Symetrix Radius NX devices to simultaneously record up to 8 channels of live audio to an external USB drive. Join Symetrix team members in this session to learn how to connect, program, and access Recording Modules.

Analog Way Webinar: MIDRA Introduction

This webinar is hosted by the Analog Way Academy and its purpose is to introduce attendees to the products within the MIDRA platform and provide a basic overview of configuring and operating a MIDRA device. Students who join the webinar can expect to know the following by the end of the session:
• The different products within the MIDRA family and their major distinctions
• The input and output plugs available on MIDRA devices
• The difference between a program & preview output
• How to connect to a MIDRA device using the RCS2 control software
• How to configure the inputs and outputs
• How to save still images
• How to size and position inputs and still images, and how to route them to the outputs
• How to save and recall presets

Attendees must register below and will receive a confirmation email once their registration has been processed by the Analog Way Academy team.

For more information please email the Analog Way Academy team.

Digital Projection Webinar: Essential Factors for Making a Great Image (eligible for 1 RU)

Presented by Troy Cobb, CTS. This session will cover seven essential factors for projector setup to ensure clients have the best viewing experience possible. Included is an analysis of the Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect, standard color gamut and color depth, discussion, and demonstration of the effects of 4K resolution concerning installation standards to include the impact from lens shift, throw distance, and viewing distance.

Bluesound Professional Tips & Tricks w/Q&A

Topics:

How to set static IP
How to set up passwords
How to set up CP100 wall controllers
How to program USB messaging and back up content
How to program Spotify playlists into BluOS presets
Different ways of system design – centralized vs decentralized
Question and answer session